Artificial intelligence in the management of acne
Acne is the 8th most common disease around the world. To aid in detection and classification of acne vulgaris, doctors have been using images taken by the patients using a smartphone or a portable camera. In this episode, we will talk about how artificial intelligence (AI) can be applied in dermatology, detecting and monitoring skin lesions through convolutional neural networks.
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